Getting caught spying in the U.S. is the best thing that ever happened to Anna Chapman.
The beautiful redheaded secret agent is on the cover of the November issue of Maxim magazine's Russian edition.
Chapman, who is named one of Russia's 100 sexiest women, tells the magazine what she looks for in a man.
"Most men are divided in three categories: primitive, those that only want sex; smarter, those that want to be loved, and [the] last group -- those that not only want to be loved, they also need that this love will be the biggest and most amazing feeling in your life," she said. "Those are the most difficult, but that is my favorite category."
The sexy shoot hits stands just as Chapman is also starting a new job in the IT department of a Russian bank.
Chapman was hired by FondServisBank, which has ties to the Russian space program, to work as an adviser to its president.
The bank issued a statement earlier this month to explain Chapman's sudden appearance at the remote Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan where the Russian-American crew launched: The bank works closely with aerospace companies.
"Anna Vasilyevna Chapman does in fact work for FundServiceBank since October 1 as an advisor to the bank's president on issues of investment and innovation," the bank said, noting that it had released the statement following "numerous inquiries" from local and foreign media regarding Chapman's presence at the launch.
But that's not all!
Chapman is also the face of an app for iPhone, "Poker with Anna Chapman," that offers being a friend with her on Facebook as its top prize.
Chapman, 28, was deported from the United States in July when 10 Russian spies were exchanged for American spies detained in that country.